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15820 was built at Pointe St Charles using Ottawa Car Co body, National Steel Car trucks, Beardmore diesels and Westinghouse motors in October 1925.
15821 was built at Pointe St Charles using Ottawa Car Co body, National Steel Car trucks, Beardmore diesels and Westinghouse motors in November 1925.
D104, RDC1, was built by Budd in June 1957, #6806. In 1969 it later became Via Rail Canada 6104 and rebuilt in 1996 for Dallas Area Rapid Transit as Trinity Railway Express 2012. It was leased to Denton County Transportation Authority 2012 in December 2010.
D106, RDC1, was built by Budd in June 1957, #6808. In 1969 it later became Via Rail 6106 and rebuilt in 1996 as DART 2011.
D108, RDC1, was built by Budd in April 1958, #6902. It became Via Rail 6108 in 1978 and returned as CNR 6108. It was rebuilt as 1501, a track geometry vehicle, and renumbered 15016.
D109, RDC-1 was built by Budd in October 1955, #6222, as Chicago & Eastern Illinois RDC1. It was sold as CN D109 in August 1964.
D112, RDC1, was built by Budd in April 1955, #6105, as Boston & Maine 6110. In July 1965 it became CNR D112. It later became Via Rail 6112 in 1969 and rebuilt in 1996 as DART 2005
D200, RDC1, was built by Budd in July 1954, #5923. It later became Via Rail 6100 in 1978 and rebuilt in 1996 as DART 2004.
D206, RDC2, was built by Budd in January 1955, #6003, as B&M 6200. It was sold to CN as D206 in July 1965 and renumbered 6206 in 1969, It later became VIA as 6206 in 1978 and sold to Industrial Rail Service in 2000.
D-355, RDC3, was built by Budd in December 1956, #6602, as Duluth Winnipeg & Pacific D-301. It became CN D-355 in October 1961 and renumbered 6355 in 1969. It was rebuilt as Via 6218 in 1978, RDC2m, and rebuilt as Quebec North Shore & Labrador 6218. It was sold as Quebec Central 6218.
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